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This CEO Made Almost 2,000 Times More Than His Employees

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20. Anthony G. Capuano
> Company: Marriott International Inc
> CEO pay ratio: 506x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $18.5 million
> Median worker compensation: $36,505

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19. Wendell P. Weeks
> Company: Corning Inc
> CEO pay ratio: 509x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $20.8 million
> Median worker compensation: $40,760

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18. David M. Zaslav
> Company: Discovery, Inc.
> CEO pay ratio: 527x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $43.7 million
> Median worker compensation: $82,964

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17. Frederic B. Lissalde
> Company: Borgwarner Inc
> CEO pay ratio: 554x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $17.6 million
> Median worker compensation: $31,740

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16. Douglas L. Peterson
> Company: S&P Global Inc.
> CEO pay ratio: 580x higher than the median employee
> Total compensation: $16.1 million
> Median worker compensation: $27,835

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